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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1916)
Tin: uExn ncM.ETi.v, iiend, one., Wednesday, august 2, 1010.
TO HELP FLOWER SNOW
j Interest is Shown by Many to Mnkc
Annual I-lornl iMnplnjr n Succc
Liberal contributions In cash rnd
merchandise arc being made by mer-i
1 . . ..'
WANTS ' cnan"' "Jd persons interestsd m tne
Tract h f I'lve Acres lire Available
in IHfCliutcs .National Ijwrt That
May lie Hail for Ilecronllon Uci
C li u r k c h nte .Nomlnnl.
To popularize the beauty spots of
the DfcBchuteH National forest the
government throUBh the Korea t Ser
lce will offer to citizens sites near
those spots at a nominal cost upon
which they may erect structures
cither for private or public places.
That the forest officials are desir
ous of developing the recreational
features of the forests of the country
has been made known and Henry S.
Graves, chief forestor. In a recent
pamphlet, haii expressed his earnest
news to the supervisors of every for
est that they prevail upon citizen
in their Individual localities to take
advantage of the offers which the
government has made.
li mis are Offcrwl.
According to an act passed by con
gress In March, 1915, the Secretary
of Agriculture has been authorized
to allow the occupancy of National
Forest lands for any period not ex
ceeding 30 years where the lands are
to be used for summer homes, hotel,
Blores, or other structures needed
for recreation or public convenience.
but no person may be allowed to use
more than five acres. The purpose
successful promotion of the annual i
I Flower Show to be held on AufU'.t
19 under the auspices of the 1.1 bra rv
Club In the O'Kene building.
The persons p.nd firms v.-ho have
already contributed to the list, wh rn
Is not yet complete, are as follows
Ilend Flour Mill Co., tvro a-cks
"Old Style" Flour; Head Stear..
Laundry, (3 laundry work: J t
Taggart, II; Hicks & Son. 23 cenrs
ftoy Shaver, one half dozen Mason
fruit Jars; Reed & Horton, one hrnd
painted china vase: It. M. Smith
Clothing Company, one pair silk hose
and one pair sltk gloves. N P
Smith, merchandise: O'Donnell tiros '
Jl for sweet peas. Dr. V. W. Faulk
ner, 1; Or. H. Ferrell, II. I,. C
Hudow, l worth of theatre tickets.
Carlson & Lyons, one towel bar and
one soap dish; II. W. I.. & P. Co , one
electric Iron; The Bend Bulletin, two
supscrlptlons to The (lend Bulletin
for one year; Warner Company, one
china bowl: II. Helngold k Co., 50
HPO break a colt hitch him double
with an old hoss. To break a
new pipe hitch it up
with old VELVET.
K IlAVMUJrfl X lk
-mwMwfJF.Wkr - t I
'. ml mjy
XfELVET is Nature's
best Pipe Tobacco,
with its best brought
out in the natural way
bv two vears' apeinn-.
Ilend Park Co. to Nellie H. Wright
cents; W. II. Downing, 50 cents: C I ' . lk. 26, Center add, Hend.
8. Ilcnson, CO cents for carnations.
C. A. Nlckal, The Windmill, one box
of candy: E. F. Logan Furniture Co
II; J. W. Day Music Co., 50 cents;
Dr. U. C. Coe, II, for red carnations;
U. S. Forest office, II; First National
Dank, 110; Owl Pharmacy, merchan
dise; V. A. Forbes, II, for roses;
Dr. W. O. Manning, II for sweet
peas; Martin & Saye, 1; Carmody
llros., l; Chas. Iloyd. II: It. II
Loven, 50 cent?; John Steldt, 50
cents; II. J. Todd, one picture: J.
A. EasteH, 1: The Ilend Cafe. 11:
Cozy Kestaurant, 11; Ilort Shuey.
50 centB merchandise; Sam McMur-
trie, one spring chicken: Universal
of this act Is to make the Nutltinnl (jarnge, 1; P. A. Krlckson. one can
ForestH more available than hitherto
for recreation uses.
Before the new act was passed
lands could bo occupied for tho var
ious purposns mentioned In the new
law, but only under permits which
were revoked nt tho discretion of the
department. Development of the
lands for recreation uses, It has been
thought by tho department, haa been
held' back on nccount of the unwil
lingness of users to make substantial
Improvements where they were to
occupy lands under a permit subject
to revocation nt any tlino.
May l-ay Out Site.
The olllco of the district In which
the DcHchutos National Forest Is sit
uated has become Interested In de
veloping the beauty spots In Its Jur
isdiction owing to their great num
ber nod their arreanllilllly to the
public. It Is the Intention of the
F. (S. (1. coffee; Ilend Oarage. II:
George's Barbershop, II; A. G. Al
len, 11; I!. II Do Armond, II; G.
Douthlt, II: M. J. Main, 50 cents for
sunflower; Hotel Wright, II for
sweet peas; Ilend Press, one sub
scription for one year; Deyarmond &
Son., 50 conts: Grant M. Itaymond,
75 cents for La France roses; Myron
II. Symons, 75 cents; Dr. CouBlneau,
50 cents cash. II. C. Ellis, II Dr
Dwlght Miller. II for roses. II J
Ovcrturf, II. J. Ityan, II. Chas
W. Ersklno. I. C. V. Sllvls. 11, A
C. Egan, II for Bend Lily. J II.
Minor, II; Oregon Transfer Co., II,
E. D. Fnrror, 60 cents merchandise.
Win, P. Downing. 11; Boss Earn
ham, 11; Gilbert & Son. 50 cents,
George S. Voting. 50 cents. II A
Miller. II. Mrs. V. L. Doudlth, two
manicure: II. E. Baker Grocerv. one
three pound Wadco coffee. Frank
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iiM.mrii.ni ... ,- ..... u. iM,(..i ono owor VM0. en,, (.
;, ,,.- ........... ..i ... """ 5; E. A. Sather, ono parasol for
U. fHII.IA.I.K IWB I", ;.. (H out w.o
Miltnhle for un mentioned. That
tho MetolltiH river section. Paulina
nnd East Lakes, commonly known as
Nowberry Crater. Ortell lako and
Crescent lake will rum.) under this
work Is thought -to be certain by sup
ervlwir W. (1. Hastings, of tho Dos-
chuttw National Forest.. Through
the construction of forest robds nnd
the Improvement of highways that
have been built these places, suit
nbln for summer homes and resorts,
have been made morn nccesslblc to
the public. Ewm with the facilities
afforded at the present large number
of people are going to them every
week to Hull and camp out. Every
encouragement Is to be given to peo
ple In the state and It Is possible that
the district office of the forest depart
ment may have something definite to
offer along this line.
Itcgiihitl.in Ni.l Stringent.
Tim rules and regulations govern
ing occupancy of lumla are not pro-
hlhllhe of a person making even a
large liiM'tttimmt. It Is miked that
ihu preiulH.Ni be kept neat and clean
and be provided with the necessary
provisions for sanitation; that Im
provements bu constructed within a
reasonable time and In accordance
with the plans and specifications
tiled with the forest officers when re
quired unit approved by them; thnt
miimnublu camion bu taken to pre
sent forest llre; that where a per
mit Is UhuihI fur a busluess enterprise
thut It bu conducted to comply with
the requirements of the state laws
and that thi permittee conduct his
Limine, in a lgal and orderly mtin-
Her; that timber shull bo removed
iMly unUwr penult from Forest offi
cers; thut a fait annual rental be
churgod for the uso of the bind oo-
cHplnd; that the structure be remov
ed within u reAMinablo time after tho
permit litis terminate!, inner re-
tMlruments deal with the privilege
rwHiirvtuI fur foroHt officials and con
duct of public rotturtB.
In tho upliilou of Mr. Ilnstlugs
the lands which will probably be
available In tht Deschutea Nutlunnl
Forest under the urraiigenieut aru
ulmost uuoxcolled anywhere In tho
northwest The scoaory is biniutKul
and Ihu pint are now nmwwlblt.
from n oar by points at a small cost
Kery wii-ourHgouiont, he sa)s, will
bo given to local people dtMlrlns to
take udvantage of tho go eminent'
offer. Ho urgoA that persons dtvslr
tag Information along these . lines
communicate with him either In poo
M.n or by writing and ha will (n
duuvor to give thum full Informatluii.
For farm land loans see J. Ityan
& Co. Itoasouablo rates, prompt
roses: Dr. J. C. Vandevert. II for
red rosoa; Dr. J. II. Conuarn. 1;
lluev.ft Oliver, 1 worth of brond
tickets: f). A. Thorson, 11 merchan
dise, E. M. Thompson, morchnndlso;
MetroKltan. 1 for carnations;
UmiIm Bennett, grocer, ono can of
coffee; Skuse Hard ware Co., ono "No
Work Ico Cream Freezer;" Bend
Park Co., 3 for sunflower; Bend
Theatre, puss for two one week, for
rosea; Mnnnhclmer Bro , one para
sol and one hundimg; Central Oregon
Bank. 15; W. P. Brown, 50 cents:
W. II Staats, II; The Shevlln-lllxon
Company, 110; Brooks-Scanlon Lum
ber Co.. IS; United Warehouse Co.,
barrel of flour.
The Library Club has not received
as many donations for prizes this
year as last, and asks that any not
on the list, or who have not been
seen, who aro willing to make dona
tions communlonte with tho commit
to, of which Mm. McKay Is tho ho ml
See Edwards for paper hanging.'
No waiting at tho Metropolitan for
that shave or hair cut. Four chairs
now ready. Adv.
ItEAl. ESTATE TILl.NSFEHH.
WmmnI bj Crook County AhMrnct Co.
1. D Wlest to E. I). Soncer Its.
I to 5, IS to 16, blk. 50, Wiestorla,
Desert (.and Board to It. G. Bow
ser rel of lion, aw aw- 6-12-12
State of Oregon to same deed nw
Same to samo sw sw (i-16-12 deed.
I II Wood to E. G. Hagey It.
2I-X4. blk 19, It. 14-15. blk. 26, It.
lt-l. Mk 30, Imperial.
F W McCnffery to J. C Ball, It.
6. blk 48. Itedmond, 11000
Waller Alexander, Sarnh It. Alex
tuder jnd Wnltor Alexander tnuteo
to t'nlted States sc w, sw- no 12 nH
hw 13 e sw and It. 4, sec 19. oM
iS se sec. 20. soU aec. 25, nH
iiw, e nw 26, na no 27, nw no, no
nw see 30, 15-20 nnd so sw, sw so
etfc rw. 11, wtt ne, wH so 20-15-21
The Bend Co.. to Bond Park Co
It. 9. blk. 26. Contor add. Bond
Pilot Butto Dev. Co., to Louie V
Minor. It. 3. and part It. 2, blk 2,
lO'tlo Townslte Co. to Frank Basl
It. 6. blk. 14. Lytic.
Frank Basl to Mary T. Deblng, It
6. blk 14. I. tie, 1400.
Bend Park Co. to J. G. Strobach
It.. 10, blk. 19, lliveratde odd, Bond.
J. E. Myers, to A. O. Myers ao sw
Max Luddemann red cert It. 5.
blk. 14, Bend.
John E. Engcbretson pat, nw sw
s4 nw, ne nw 14-21-10.
J. Clinton Vandevert pat, no se,
eV& ne 31, sc se 30-21-12.
Levi D. Wlest to Moses and Maria
Nlswonger, It. 3-4 blk. 5, Wiestor
Bernt Nilson to Brooks-Scanlon
Lumber Co., ne 11-19-11.
Jennie N. Johnson to Brooks
Scanlon Lbr. Co., It. 4, sw'sw, aw nw
nw sw sec. 1, se ne, a$ se, ne se 2-19-11.
Dorothla Larson to same nw 12-19-11.
Ilolf Auno to same se 11-19-11.
Anton A. Aune to samo sw sec
12. wV4 nw, so nw sec. 13, ne ne
i Samuel A. Blakeley to same nw
. nw, e& nw 26-19-13.
Bend Park Co. to Werner Burk
mnn It. 5, blk. 20, Itlversldc add,
Alfred C. Mueller to Christian
Mueller Land & Timber Co., sw ne
28, 20-11. atf ne, It. 1-2, sec 3-20-13,
Want Ads only ONE CENT a word.
OREGON and WASHINGTON
Dlrtctorr of ch Cllr. Town and
VllUft, flrlnc dttcrlptlvo kttch of
each ptic. location, population, ttle-
graph, nipping- and banking- point;
alto Claulfltd Dlrtctorr, compiled by
builntsi and profusion.
n. l. roui co Biu-nxE .
Roofing of all kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
For a change, take home the
attractive Moire package
Reed & Horton
Tho new JEWELKV in Uiat is
to occupy the MUTZIG BipiLNG on,
OHECiO.V STItEET will rU in priie
n 915.00 GOLD WATCH II tlie iwy
briiiKlnK I" the frrcatcht jimber of
utbi to tho store on opcnlnglay, also
a 81.1.00 GOLD WATCH tithe gul
brining Krentcot number ads to
tho store on owning day. Se these
nibi oh tliey will lc vnluatn about
AtiKUt. 1st, the dale of opcnlij of the-
NEW JEWELHV STOEE B THE
8 Eggs Have No More Food Viltt 1
Than a Quart of Pastenriid Hilk
IT HAKES BABIES FAT
PLUMBING AND HEATING
riiimbltiK V lleiitlnc Supplle-, llatli llooui AccevorleM, etc
rU'E, VALVES AND FITTINGS
piioNi; ki:d 1.101
Box Factory Wood
$2.50 Per Load
Oregon Transfer Co.
PHONE US NOW-BLACK 45X j
DRY FACTORY WOOD
YOU DONT HAVE TO SPLIT IT
NOR SAW IT
Sgpn SHERWIN-WILLIAMS $$p
F. DEMENT (& CO.
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co.
Lath, Shingles, Building Material
of all kinds
KILN DRIED FLOORING AND FINISH
IN GRAY IRON AND BRASS
HUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
PHONE BLACK 741
SPECIAL PRICE FOR
FIVE LOAD ORDERS
Bend White Pine Sash Co.
WE DELIVER THE BIG LOADS
LUMBER LATH SHINGLES LIME
All Finish Lumber Kiln Dried
Miller Lumber Co.
OFFICE ON OREGON ST.
2, 4, nw no 25-16-12.